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a standard procedure that is followed mindlessly

a manner of marching in file in which each person's leg moves with and behind the corresponding leg of the person ahead

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In the end the lockstep became a thing of the past, under Mr Jones' successor Stephen Crabb.
At the start of a Commons debate on consideration of Lords amendments on the Wales Bill, he said: "These amendments taken together Stephen | remove the so-called lockstep mechanism from the income tax provisions in the Wales Bill.
Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan tried to distance themselves from the remark, but the fact is they're in lockstep with Akin on the major women's health issues of our time," an email by Fluke read.
5-MB eFlash, and 130-MHz and 80-MHz single-core and single-core lockstep devices with 1.
Obama also said, "We are going to be sure we work in lockstep as we proceed to try to solve this -- hopefully diplomatically.
The deal enables Snap Advances to grow in lockstep with the needs of its clients, the company's co-CEO Mike Landau said.
Some 20,000 Russian cadets and soldiers showed off their military might, marching in lockstep across Red Square for the annual military parade that marks the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany.
Carriers can raise rates in lockstep now without any concern that such behavior represents a violation of antitrust laws," he added.
But each index is produced according to different underlying concepts and often do not move in lockstep.
The triplet adds to earlier evidence that supermassive black holes and galaxies grow in lockstep.
Set in the dizzyingly absurd world of British politics, which makes ``Catch-22'' seem a landscape of lockstep logic, ``The Thick of It'' has the sort of documentary-style ambience that was perfected by the British version of ``The Office.
I am not suggesting we need to move in oppressive lockstep fashion with each other.
State legislatures have a more pragmatic and less lockstep bent.